Chronic Ear Infections in Dogs: What You Need to Hear

Your dog’s repeated ear infections should not be ignored, as they can easily lead to permanent hearing loss.

Given that “itchiness” is the most common reason for veterinary visits, I suppose it shouldn’t be surprising that ear infections run a close second. Ear disease is a symptom that something else is going on in your dog’s body, such as allergies, so it makes perfect sense that ear infections are a leading cause of veterinary visits.

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